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    A61

    A61 Chesterfield, both ways at A617

    A61 Derbyshire - Slow traffic on A61 in Chesterfield at Hornsbridge Island. In the roadworks area.

    Updated 12 minutes ago
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    B6041

    B6041 High Hoe Road Worksop, both ways at B6040 Retford Road

    B6041 Nottinghamshire - Slow traffic earlier and a partial blockage of the road earlier on B6041 High Hoe Road in Worksop near the B6040 Retford Road junction, because of an earlier accident.

    Cleared Updated 23 minutes ago
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    Markeaton Lane

    Markeaton Lane Derby, both ways at Mundy Play Centre

    Derbyshire - Markeaton Lane in Derby partially blocked and slow traffic near the Mundy Play Centre junction, because of a large number of parked cars.

    Updated 16 minutes ago
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    A38

    A38 Derby, southbound at A52

    A38 Derbyshire - Stop-start traffic on A38 southbound in Derby at Markeaton Island. In the roadworks area.

    Updated 16 minutes ago
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    A635

    A635 Stamford Street Stalybridge, eastbound between B6176 Rassbottom Street traffic lights and Wakefield Road traffic lights

    A635 Greater Manchester - A635 Stamford Street in Stalybridge busy but moving eastbound from the B6176 Rassbottom Street traffic lights junction to the Wakefield Road traffic lights junction.

    Updated 12 minutes ago
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    A6018

    A6018 Stamford Street / Mottram Road Stalybridge, both ways at B6175 Huddersfield Road traffic lights

    A6018 Greater Manchester - A6018 Stamford Street / Mottram Road in Stalybridge busy but moving at the B6175 Huddersfield Road traffic lights junction.

    Updated 7 minutes ago

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